Caring with Compassion
Caring with Compassion is a freely shared curriculum supporting health professionals who care for socioeconomically disadvantaged populations: homeless, uninsured, at-risk, and underserved patients. Clinicians will learn how to use team-based skills and the bio-psychosocial model to provide personalized care for at-risk patients.
This curriculum is designed to support independent, self-directed learning. There are 3 main components: online modules, a learning game called "Care Consequences," and a collection of implementation resources. For more detailed information designed for educational program leaders, please review the For Educators section, including the formal Instructor’s Guide.
To access the formal curriculum or the Care Consequences game, create a free login (note that you must do this even if you are logged in as an ACP member). You will be provided with a personalized learning dashboard to track your progress.
Successful completion of learning activities will allow ACP members to submit for CME credit sponsored by the American College of Physicians (ACP), and the content supports ACP’s initiative on Addressing Social Determinants to Improve Patient Care and Promote Health Equity.
About ACP Interactive Modules
ACP produces interactive learning modules that cover a range of topics that are highly relevant to today's practicing internists. These modules cover clinical topics as well as practice issues, ethics, and other areas of interest to our members.
Up to 13
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ and MOC Points
Expires January 15, 2022 active
ACP Interactive Modules